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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is one woman in my car, and she is near the window. She is keeping to herself and listening in her headphones of what sounds like a Romanian poIka. I actually slept pretty well last night. The medicine I was given does seem to help. It's a powder that, from what I can tell, you are supposed to mix in hot water. I haven't had access to that, so my water has been room temperature. So it works, but it is NASTY. I would compare it to drinking that awful flavor of Halls drops in ...
... but not a great location for evening strolling. Last night we went out for a bite to eat and John asked for a cheese plate with no bread. He got a luncheon plate piled with cheese cubes served with mustard!
We hear the German trains are going on strike this weekend so we hope that ICE will still go from Brussels to Frankfurt ... Maybe have to come up with a plan ...
It was time for a bit of a sleep in today because we were both just really tired! We made it just in time for our free breakfast at the hotel where we got juice boxes and eggs and amazing fresh bread! Best free breaky since I have been here! It was then time to explore the town and we were very disappointed to find that it was like there national day so nothing was open! We saw ...
... the tourists and the peeing boy. There are a few other thing we are trying to find around here as well so I asked if they have a map. Without cell service or wifi our phones are useless and therefore so is Google Maps. The bartender came out, found one, and gave it to us. While sitting there looking at the map the man sitting behind me at the booth in the corner asked if he could help. We spoke for a little while and got a little local advise. He ...
... no phone!
Deciding to wait for updated information (I still had awhile) I brought
a wrap and a chocolate croissant and just chilled out for the next hour. By
that time when I headed back to my gate there was a flashing sign to say that
the gate for Casablanca had moved from B1 to B17. Okay great, so I knew where I
was now. Slouching into a chair across from my gate I watched a young Arab
family with two very cute daughters. The father was ...